— [http://goo.gl/y0CWs6] Make a powerful point. 'Graphic Facilitation' is the practice of using words and pictures in order to create a conceptual map of the conversation before, during or after it took place. Graphic recording / Graphic facilitation / Visual sensing is real-time visualization of speeches, meetings, brainstorming, presentations, conferences. We think in pictures, not only in words; 1/4 of the brain is designed to process visual information; combining images with text or words increases retaining capacity by 40%

"Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up." - Pablo Picasso

How to use your listening, thinking and drawing skills to make meaning. Graphic Facilitation is an interactive style of leading groups using large-scale imagery and displays. It grew out of a network of west-coast consultants in the 1970’s who were inspired by the approach of designers and architects while problem solving and collaborating on projects. It has come to embrace a wide range of principles and practices that use creative media to help people to "see what they me."

:: RT: http://goo.gl/y0CWs6 What are the benefits of using graphic facilitation/graphic recording? High Engagement, Big-picture Orientation | #multimedia #sketches #drawing #comics #diagrams #doodling #SketchNotes #PowerPoint #GraphicRecording #GraphicFacilitation #GraphicRecorder #GraphicFacilitator #VisualMeetings #storytelling #education #ArtInTheClassroom #pedagogy #BrainStorm #MindMaps #FlipchartSheets #billboards #banners #markers

Tools We Use: Graphic Facilitation, Collaborative Learning Maps

Graphic facilitation can be used to support virtually any kind of meeting or collaborative session in which group discussion plays an important part. Graphic facilitation enhances the overall impact of a meeting or conference via dynamic and engaging visual representation of what is presented and discussed. By creating a visual storyline and a set of iconic reminders of what is most important, graphic facilitation allows the audience to understand visually and remember more clearly the key elements of the meeting or conference. In most cases, the graphic facilitator works on a whiteboard at the front of a room, alongside the presenter or panel.

Combine adult learning techniques, interactive activities and compelling graphics into a collaborative experience where participants engage with one another around your key messages. This alternative to PowerPoint presentations and road shows accelerates your efforts, provides greater retention and follow through, and most importantly leverages the contribution of your workforce towards greater alignment, increased engagement, and a much greater chance for program success.

Interested in Learning More? Visual Library:

Drawing - PDF

Easy drawing

642 Things to Draw, Chronicle Books

A rolling pin, a robot, a pickle, a water tower, a hammock, a wasp, a safety pin, a kiss. Budding artists and experienced sketchers alike will find themselves invigorated by this collection of offbeat, clever, and endlessly absorbing drawing prompts. Some are deceptively simple (just try drawing a bicycle!), some are conceptually mind-bending (sketching the sound of girlish laughter?), and some are refreshingly basic (the only hard thing about drawing an egg is deciding how you want it to be cooked). Hip and helpful, 642 Things to Draw is the perfect inspirational sketchbook, sure to entertain and provoke the imagination of anyone ready to pick up a pencil.

Back of the Napkin, Dan Roam

Game Storming, Dave Gray, Sunni Brown, James Macanufo

Understanding Comics, Scott McCloud

A Whole New Mind: Why Right-Brainers Will Rule the Future

Are You a Right-Brainer OR a Left-Brainer? LEFT: Understands the Words; Hears what is said (text); Comprehends literal meaning; See details; Analyzes Converges; Sees categories | RIGHT: Sees the Picture; Hears how it is said (context); Comprehends metaphors; Constructs big picture; Synthesizes; Diverges; Sees relationships Daniel H Pink, A Whole New Mind, Why Right-brainers Will Rule the Future - PDF


The Miseducation of the Doodle

Paper on Visual Language and Converging Technologies


Drawing/Doodling in class: Rachel Smith :: Rachel S. Smith is a Senior Consultant and the Director of Digital Facilitation Services for The Grove Consultants International in San Francisco, CA. Rachel develops ways to integrate technology into visual practice. She has a deep understanding of new media and its application to education through her previous role as Vice President for Services of the New Media Consortium, and prior experience leading her own graphic design company. Rachel is a skilled visual facilitator and recorder and works with groups both both face-to-face and virtually. She blogs at http://www.digitalfacilitation.net

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